Emails Reveal Michael Jackson Was 'Drunk And Despondent' During Days Leading Up To His Death

Sep 4, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Perez Hilton

Michael Jackson 's shocking death ended his This Is It comeback tour before it even began, but recent emails released from the company financing the tour reveal it may have been doomed from the start.

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Gee, what a surprise.

They couldn't take him to a hospital?

Were they that greedy?

Of course, this was still all Murray's fault, huh?

Jacko should have been in rehab, not on stage.

They couldn't cancel the upcoming London engagement?

The haters were right again.

Wacko would have never got through 50 shows...
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Gee, what a surprise.
They couldn't take him to a hospital?
Were they that greedy?
Of course, this was still all Murray's fault, huh?
Jacko should have been in rehab, not on stage.
They couldn't cancel the upcoming London engagement?
The haters were right again.
Wacko would have never got through 50 shows...
I remember many fans who were very critical of these executives who pressured MJ to do dozens more shows than he had originally agreed to do. There also have been other reports of MJ complaining about the additional shows.

I also seem to remember that Kenny Ortega said that Murray did not appreciate Ortega questioning him about how MJ was being treated. Murray resented Ortega interfering in what was 'his' area of expertise and basically told him to mind his own business. So if Murray didn't appreciate being criticized about his patient's physical and mental state, then he should have taken better care and responsibility for his patient.

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<quoted text> I remember many fans who were very critical of these executives who pressured MJ to do dozens more shows than he had originally agreed to do. There also have been other reports of MJ complaining about the additional shows.
I also seem to remember that Kenny Ortega said that Murray did not appreciate Ortega questioning him about how MJ was being treated. Murray resented Ortega interfering in what was 'his' area of expertise and basically told him to mind his own business. So if Murray didn't appreciate being criticized about his patient's physical and mental state, then he should have taken better care and responsibility for his patient.
Murray shouldn't be held responsible for MJ's drug addiction...

That was MJ's doing, no one else.

Conrad Murray was hired by MJ as his personal doctor.

He was following orders from his boss, Michael Jackson.

It is obvious that MJ was in no condition to embark on a comeback.

AEG had lied and said he was given a physical exam and was healthy.

All those people looked the other way because of the money.

They failed to do the right thing that would've saved his life.

The man needed to be in a hospital whether he liked it or not...

But I doubt MJ would've been too happy had they done that.

It was an impossible project that ended before it could begin.

MJ had signed a contract and they expected him to pull through.

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BFD bout the drinking and drugs...so what???

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BFD bout the drinking and drugs...so what???
Wacko had a professional contract to fulfill. Maybe you can perform AFUed, but he obviously couldn't handle it. The big baby.

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BFD bout the drinking and drugs...so what???
So what?

It caused him mental and physical damage that lead to his death.

Plus the extra stress of doing 50 concerts when he wasn't well.

These people around him failed to put him in a hospital.

That would certainly include Dr Murray as well, you know.

But because the contract was signed, they were all tied to the money.

Surely, you have to admit that AEG failed to do the right thing.

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Wacko had a professional contract to fulfill. Maybe you can perform AFUed, but he obviously couldn't handle it. The big baby.
He was going to do it. He was ready to go.

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Murray shouldn't be held responsible for MJ's drug addiction...
That was MJ's doing, no one else.
Conrad Murray was hired by MJ as his personal doctor.
He was following orders from his boss, Michael Jackson.
It is obvious that MJ was in no condition to embark on a comeback.
AEG had lied and said he was given a physical exam and was healthy.
All those people looked the other way because of the money.
They failed to do the right thing that would've saved his life.
The man needed to be in a hospital whether he liked it or not...
But I doubt MJ would've been too happy had they done that.
It was an impossible project that ended before it could begin.
MJ had signed a contract and they expected him to pull through.
Murray is responsible for Michael's death. There is no way around that Octo. Do you think MJ is the only celebrity that drank or did drugs? Sometimes people need a little help to get through things.

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<quoted text>Murray is responsible for Michael's death. There is no way around that Octo. Do you think MJ is the only celebrity that drank or did drugs? Sometimes people need a little help to get through things.
Yeah, it got him through...to the 'other side' from where he escapes sometimes to hover over Smellmj's bed.

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Yeah, it got him through...to the 'other side' from where he escapes sometimes to hover over Smellmj's bed.
The drinking and reg. drugs did not kill him. The propofol did.

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Yeah right. He was a drunk, drugged out basket case. In other words, he was fresh out of 'he-hees'.
MJ was ok. Ever take any drugs for any reason?

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<quoted text>Murray is responsible for Michael's death. There is no way around that Octo. Do you think MJ is the only celebrity that drank or did drugs? Sometimes people need a little help to get through things.
And that is what Dr Murray was trying to do was help him, Jermaine.

But MJ used Conrad Murray to get what he wanted by crying.

He couldn't sleep and all of Murray's help failed to do any good.

MJ had Dr Murray order Propofol knowing full well that it was deadly.

I think Murray knew how much pressure MJ was in to perform.

So he gave in to MJ's demands.

Murray wasn't responsible for MJ drinking and doing drugs.

MJ was obviously doing that behind his back.

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<quoted text> MJ was ok. Ever take any drugs for any reason?
Years ago I took Viagra on my wedding night, but I slipped coming out of the bathroom and pole vaulted right out the window.

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<quoted text>The drinking and reg. drugs did not kill him. The propofol did.
Heavy drinking and drugs will take it out of ANY 50 year old man. He was a blubbering has-been and we both know it.

Just don't take any crap from the others, including myself. We think we're so high and mighty just because we never got caught driving without pants.

Right, Jermaine?

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Years ago I took Viagra on my wedding night, but I slipped coming out of the bathroom and pole vaulted right out the window.
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Heavy drinking and drugs will take it out of ANY 50 year old man. He was a blubbering has-been and we both know it.
Just don't take any crap from the others, including myself. We think we're so high and mighty just because we never got caught driving without pants.
Right, Jermaine?
No he was not. He was on top of his game and excited bout that tour..he was happy...quit believin junk you read. Glad you admit you think you are high and mighty..with or without pants.

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And that is what Dr Murray was trying to do was help him, Jermaine.
But MJ used Conrad Murray to get what he wanted by crying.
He couldn't sleep and all of Murray's help failed to do any good.
MJ had Dr Murray order Propofol knowing full well that it was deadly.
I think Murray knew how much pressure MJ was in to perform.
So he gave in to MJ's demands.
Murray wasn't responsible for MJ drinking and doing drugs.
MJ was obviously doing that behind his back.
Well, he sure did not help him did he. He left him alone to die.

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<quoted text>No he was not. He was on top of his game and excited bout that tour..he was happy...quit believin junk you read. Glad you admit you think you are high and mighty..with or without pants.
He hadn't performed in about a decade and was a quivering pile of legless jelly.

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<quoted text>Well, he sure did not help him did he. He left him alone to die.
Nobody said that Murray was perfect but MJ was near death anyhow.

MJ had many close calls with death in the past.

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He hadn't performed in about a decade and was a quivering pile of legless jelly.
He was in good shape..ready to tour. You will say anything you can think of to insult him all cause you do not like him.

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